The Brutalist Lincoln House (Lincoln, MA) designed Mary Otis Stevens and Thomas McNulty. An incredible example of “Beton Brut” (raw or unfinished concrete) this home was designed to have no enclosed rooms of any kind delineating space was done with furniture. One of the few female architects in the 60s and 70s, Stevens was part of a vibrant scene around MIT, which included visiting designers such as Alvar Aalto, Eero Saarinen and Buckminster Fuller (who happened to be a family friend.) She spent some time working with the The Architects Collaborative under Walter Gropius, and went on to join Thomas McNulty and other MIT grads in an experimental architecture practice. The Lincoln house was completed in 1965 and was torn down in 1999.